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Intel Security Recommends MFA For IT Orgs

Intel’s Security team latest report, Intel Security Report, points out the threat for IT administrators as more infrastructure moves to the Cloud.   The bottom line is that user credentials are at risk.  The way to increase your defense of those credentials is to

Liveness Detection Vs. RandomPIN

Voice Biometrics Group has been around for quite a while.  One of the lessons learned early is the weakness of static passphrases.  Static passphrases are what many voice biometric companies use as the standard approach for verifying a speaker’s identity.

Multi-Factor Authentication Comes Of Age

Multi-Factor Authentication (“MFA”) is the best known way to verify a person’s claimed identity. It is simply the combination of verification methods, each of which is not 100% fool-proof, such that the combined result has a higher probability of accuracy. However,

Moonwalking With RandomPIN

Intrigued by an article I saw of Bill Gates’s reading list from a few years ago, I picked up a hard copy of Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer. The book is about memory